Meaning Whisk
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late 14c., "quick stroke, sweeping movement," probably from Old Norse visk "wisp of hay, something to sweep with," from Proto-Germanic *wisk- "move quickly" (source also [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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late 15c., "move with a rapid sweeping motion" (intransitive), from a Scandinavian source (compare Danish viske "to wipe, rub, sponge," Norwegian, Swedish viska "wipe," a [..]
Source: etymonline.com

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to move, sweep or stir something very quickly. The same word also means a kitchen tool used for whipping eggs and cream
Source: eenglish.in

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A cooking term that refers to beating ingredients together until smooth, using a special tool called a whisk.
Source: dictionary.webmd.com

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Pronounce it: wi-skA kitchen instrument manufactured with a series of thin metal wires, each formed into a loop so both ends of the wires attach to a handle. The loops, which are placed in slightly di [..]
Source: bbcgoodfood.com

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To beat ingredients (such as heavy or whipping cream, eggs, salad dressings, or sauces) with a fork or whisk to mix, blend, or incorporate air.
Source: goodhousekeeping.com

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This kitchen utensil consists of a series of looped wires forming a three-dimensional teardrop shape. The wires are joined and held together with a long handle. Whisks are used for whipping ingredients (such as cream, eggs, sauces, etc.), thereby incorporating air into them. They come in different sizes for different tasks and are most often made o [..]
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To beat with a wire whisk until thick or frothy.
Source: foodinaminute.co.nz

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To beat or whip ingredients together until smooth, using a kitchen tool called a whisk.
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To mix together by beating with a whisk or mixer.
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A looped wire utensil used to mix or “whisk” sauces, dressing, eggs and other liquid ingredients with a quick, circular motion.
Source: lespetitesgourmettes.com

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A wire kitchen utensil used for mixing dry ingredients together
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A kitchen utensil consisting of a series of wires around a handle used to whip or mix ingredients.
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(n) a mixer incorporating a coil of wires; used for whipping eggs or cream(n) a small short-handled broom used to brush clothes(v) move somewhere quickly(v) move quickly and nimbly(v) brush or wi [..]
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(verb) To mix to a specified state with a wire beater, also called a whisk.
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To stir egg whites or heavy cream with light rapid movements, thereby forcing air into food.
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To mix or fluff by beating; also refers to the utensil used for this action.
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in cooking, a tool made of wire loops used for beating.
Source: cooksrecipes.com

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To whisk is to beat ingredients with a kitchen tool called a “whisk” in order to make sure the food is well mixed.
Source: youngwomenshealth.org

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in cooking, a tool made of wire loops used for beating.
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n.) - a cooking utensil used to blend ingredients in a process such as whipping X Xanthan gum (n.) - a food additive, commonly used to thicken salad dressings, that is water-soluble and produced by [..]
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To introduce air into egg whites, using a balloon whisk, rotary whisk or electric whisk, to increase their volume. Whisked egg whites should hold their shape.
Source: thecookinginn.com

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The Game of Whist The game of cards had its origins in England, which evolved from earlier card games such as Triumph, Trump, Ruff and Honors, and Swabbers. The game is actually one of the predecessor [..]
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To beat ingredients together, using a wire whip or whisk, until well blended.
Source: homebaking.org

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A quick, light sweeping motion. ''With a quick whisk, she swept the cat from the pantry with her broom.'' A kitchen utensil, made from stiff wire loops fixed to a handle, used for whipping (or a [..]
Source: en.wiktionary.org

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A whisk is a kitchen utensil Whisk may also refer to: Fly-whisk, used as a flyswatter or as regalia Whisk broom, a kind of broom, a cleaning instrument Whisk (ballroom dance), a ballroom dance step us [..]
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The whisk is a ballroom dance step used in the Waltz or Viennese Waltz. It is one of several ways to get into promenade position and is used to turn dancers around corners or change their direction on [..]
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A whisk is a cooking utensil which can be used to blend ingredients smooth or to incorporate air into a mixture, in a process known as whisking or whipping. Most whisks consist of a long, narrow handl [..]
Source: en.wikipedia.org

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A figure or pattern involving the crossing of one foot behind the other.
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To mix to the specified state with a wire beater, also called a whisk. Whisking can refer to blending, beating, emulsifying, or whipping, depending on the recipe.
Source: theodora.com


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